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Wuhan Virus (COVID-19): Current Prevention Guidelines for Taiwan, France and the United States

by Ansel Mark

Faced with the threatening Wuhan virus, countries around the world have taken precautionary measures. The Taiwan government reminds people not to travel to countries with a third level of alert.

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Taipei, Taiwan (Merxwire) – The outbreak of Wuhan virus (Coronavirus, COVID-19) continues to expand worldwide. According to the latest real-time statistics of cases, a total of 182,550 confirmed cases and 7,165 deaths worldwide.

There were 12,977 new cases and 645 deaths today. National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China released 21 new cases and 13 new deaths on March 16. Taiwan, which is close to China and Hong Kong, was under control of MOHW and the implementation of correct policies, and the epidemic situation was controlled. So far, 68 confirmed cases have been diagnosed, and 1 person has died. Taiwan releases the latest epidemic information daily to ensure that people can buy masks and alcohol, and advises people to avoid traveling to countries with a third-level alert. of alert tourism. The people of Taiwan, because they usually have good health education and an excellent health insurance system, are close to the country where the virus originated, but the impact is slight.

French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday ordered strict restrictions on people’s movements to slow the spread of the coronavirus. From Tuesday noon, people should be at home unless they need to buy groceries, go to work, exercise or medical care. Anyone who violates the rules within the next two weeks will be punished.

According to the Associated Press, Trump releases new guidelines for the next 15 days to slow coronavirus spread. Including: Urge Americans to stay home and work from home if possible, people should avoid non-essential contacts with others and non-essential travel, everyone should avoid eating in restaurants and bars, no social gatherings with more than 10 people, and governors are urged to close schools in states with evidence of community transmission.

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